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THE AKGriJS, MONDAY, FEBItUAHT 29, 1904
WHO CAN GUESS
' WHY THE
oave met with such success
in Rock Island '
WE WILL TELL YOU
By doing pood work. I5y using good material. By using painless
methods. I5y treating all alike; we have no favorites. Children are
given the best of care and treatment. We make one price to all.
For Ten Days
We will pive a $20 set of teeth with natural gams, aluminum lined, and
Gold filled teeth for $!0.
Also a fine 22k. gold crown for $5, warranted for 20 years.
Fillings $1 and up. Cleaning', free, aI-o extracting.
Open Every Evening and Sunday.
Old 'Phone Green 221. 1810', Second Avenue.
OVEU I. A. FINXE'S SHOE STOKE.
Now is the time the housewives begin
looking around for
Up-to-Date Wall Decorations
at Moderate Prices.
Every economical buyer looks before
purchasing. Don't fail to s-e our line
and make a memorandum of our prices.
Wo know we can save you money on
Wall Paper. Mouldings.
Paints, Oils and Brushes.
Thai's All." Let Us Figure On Your Pointing
and Twentieth St
W. B. Kilmer. Prop.
are the wines and liquors which
we handle. Come here and give
us your order and we will guar
antee to fill it for you to your
SATISFACTION' IX QUALITY,
AS WELL AS IX
SIMON LEWIS. Market Square.
He Who Knows Luxury
knows the true- value of the
shower bath attachment as af
fixed to any lavatory or bath
tub. To employ slang, it's "on
again, off again, on again" as
inajiy times as you like.
For any and every bath equip
ment and appliance, it will harm
you none, may help you much,
to seek us out and get informa
tion, illustrations and estimates
A postal card addressed to
1.H6 Third avenue will bring us,
or telephone union. 0C2.
We sell the great Clock gas light.
STENGEL. J5he Plimber.
II. E. CASTEEL,
L. D. MUDGE.
H. B. SIMMON,
Central Trust Savings Baijk
ROCK ISLAND, ILL.
INCORPORATED UNDER STATE LAW.
Capital Stock. lOO.OOO- Four Per Cent Interest Paid oa Davoalta
Estates and property of all kinds are managed, by this depart--nent,
which is kept entirely separate from the banking business of
the company. We act as executor of and trustee under Wills, Ad
ministrator, Guardian and Conservator of Estates.
Receiver and assignee of insolvent estates. General financial
igent for non-residents, women, invalids, and others.
R0 CK ISLAND SAVINGS BANK?
DOCK ISLAND, ILL.
ncorp jratei Under tlio State Law. 4 Per Cent?
Int. c rest Paiil on Deposits. 5
Money Loaned on Personal Collateral or Real Estate Security. 5
J. M. IJuford, President.
John Crubaugh. Vice President.
P. GreenawaU, Cashier.
Began the business July 2. 1S00.
and occupying S. E. corner of
Mitchell t Lynde's new building.
n. E. Cable,
n. p. Hull,
E. W. Hurst,
Solictors Jackson and Hurst.
J. 31. Buf ord.
LEAVES THE RACE
Samuelson Withdraws as Candi
date for the Legislative
Ill THE WB02TG BAUD WAGON
Sberman-Lowden Combination De
feat lllm In Hone
Charley Samuelson, after serving
six years in the legislature from the
Thirty-third district, has been given
his passports. .
He has been hugging the ropes for
weeks, and on several occasions has
narrowly escaped the count. Where
heretofore sailing has been compara
tively smooth Charley suddenlj- dis
covered snags of sufficient number to
keep the government channel cleans
er Mackenzie busy for the balance of
In a signed statement furnished the
republican press Samuelson states
that he withdraws to give other good
men a chance. Two others in his
countj-, he says, are aspirants for leg
islative distinction. The people of the
district have elected him thre suc
cessive terms, and he has arrived at
the conclusion that there are others
In the district equally as capable as
him of filling the duties of legislator
This reads plausible to people ordi
narily, but at the bottom of the whole
matter, it is said, is the gubernatorial
question. Samuelson is a supporter
of Yates, but the latter does not con
trol the situation in Samuelson's
Sherman and Lowden sentiment has
been growing there steadily and dur
ing the past week it assumed such
proportions that Samuelson came to
a realization of his position. He dis
covered a combination to defeat him.
s he says in his letter, he has held
oflice in Richland Grove township for
a quarter of a century, and never has
been defeated. So he does not pro
pose to stand for a weighing at this
Two Mora Come Oat in the Limelight.
Harry M. Schriver and Louis V. Eck-
hart, Sr., of this city, have made for
mal announcement of their candida
cies for the nominations, respectively,
before the republican county conven
tion for state's attorney and coroner.
Johnny Rinck, the chairman, has
called a meeting of the city republi
can committee at the office of Justice
D. II. McFarlane at 8 o'clock this ev
en. ng. inc dates or trie primaries
and city-township convention will be
CIRCUIT COURT ORDERS.
Coryn, administrator, vs. C. II. &i Q.
Railway company. Case. Motion by
plaintiff for order on clerk to issue
alias summons. Motion allowed and
Hass vs. It. I. : I. Railway coui
psiny. Injunction. Petition for leave
to take further proof before master.
Set for hearing next Tuesday morn
ing. Riiich et al vs. Richtman ct al. Par
tition. Master's report of proof and
findings filed and approved and de
cree thereon for partition and com
liirkhahn vs. liirkhahn et al. Parti
tion. Master's report of proofs and
findings as to value of dower of com
plainant and solicitors fees of guard
ian at liem filed and approved. Mas
ter's report of distribution filed and
approved and cause stricken.
Mock, ct al.,vs. Mock, et al. Partition
Master's report of sale and of costs
filed and approved.
Goodall vs. Baker et al. Partition.
Master's report of proof and findings
filed and approved. Decree for parti
tion and commissioners appointed.
Reiling vs. Peterson et al. Foreclos
ure. Master's report of proofs and
findings filed and approved and decree
In re appointment of a master in
chancerv for this court in and for thb
county of Rock Island.
Ordered that Frank Kelly, an attor
ney of this lar and resident of this
county, be and hereby is appointed
master in chancery of this court for
this county to succeed W. J. Kntrikin,
whose term of office has expired, upon
his giving bond to be approved by this
court and taking oath of office. Bond
to be in the sum of $15,000, condition
ed for due performance of duty as
master aforesaid, and now comes said
Frank Kelly and files bond with secur
ities thereto and his oath of office,
which are approved to this-court.
ROCK ISLAHD COUNTY
TEACHERS MEET MARCH 7
A meeting of the Rock Island Coun
ty Teachers association is announces
at the local-high schoo; March 7, Su
perintendent S. J. Ferguson, with
whom the perfecting of arrangements
rests, explained that it is intended to
take the p!ace of the Thanksgiving
institute, and the date is selected in
order to give the teachers here an op
portunity of hearing Dr. E. H. Griggs,
of Philadelphia, one of the leading
educators of the country.
Dr. Griggs has been secured to give
two lectures. "Education for the Art
of Life" in the afternoon, and "The
Use of Margin" in the evening.
County teachers are in receipt of
the following circular from Superin
tendent S. J. Ferguson:
"As you know, I am offering a per
fect attendance certificate to the chil
dren who arc in school neither absent
nor tardy for six months in any one
school year. 1 hope the teachers will
be careful to. make this mean just
what it says neither absent nor tardy
for only so is it worth anything.
This certificate in many places has
increased the attendance one-half.
"The teacher should write the
monthly certificate, giving date,
month, name and number of district,
and name of pupil and teacher.
"The large certificate will lie sent
out from this office some time within
the rummer vacation.
"Everything depends upon the regu
larity of attendance, therefore when
we labor to better this we touch the
child most vitally.
"Hon. A. B. Hostetter, of Spring
field. III., secretary of the state farm
ers' institute, requests me to say to
the boys through their teachers that
he will send a package of 500 grains
of pure-bred corn to any boy under 18
years of age who writes him enclos
ing four cents to pay postage on the
corn, and who gives his name, post
office and county, written plainly, so
that no mistakes may occur.
"I hope the teachers will bring this
to the attention of the boys that they
may get the corn as directed above
and that many more boys, will raise
the corn this year than last."
W. C. U. IS ARRANGING FOR
30TH ST. PATRICK'S BAIL
St. Joseph's branch of the Western
Catholic Union has named as commit
tee to arrange for the 30th annual ball
of the organization C. J. Larkin, J. A.
Murrin, Frank Meenan, I. K. Kenney
and J. W. Cavanaugh. The ball will
be held at Industrial hall, and will be
fully up to the high standard of past
functions of the kind. St. Patrick's
da- falls on Thursday this year.
a . a. "a w m m a a -
For a Disease Germ THat Liquozone Can't Kill.
L'i i mm
On every bottle of Liquozone we
publish an offer of $r,ooo for a disease
germ that it cannot kill. We do that
to convince you that Liquozone does
as we claim.
Please note what that means. Any
drug that kills, germs is a poison, and
it cannot be taken internally. Medi
cine is, therefore, almost helpless in
any germ disease. Liquozone alone
can kill germs in the body without
killing the tissues, too.
Acts Like Oxygen.
Liquozone is the result of a process
which, for more than 20 years, has
been the constant subject of scientific
and chemical research. Its virtues are
derived solely fro.m gas, made in large
part from the best oxygen producers.
By a process requiring immense ap
paratus and 14 days' time, these gases
are made part of the liquid product.
The result is a product that does
what oxygen does. Oxygen gas, as
you know, is the very source of vital
ity, the most essential element of life.
Liquozone is a vitalizing tonic with
which no other known product can
compare. Bat germs are vegetables;
and Liquozone, which like oxygen
is life to an animal, is deadly to vege
We Paid $100,000
For the American rights to Liquo
tone the highest price ever paid for
similar rights on any scientific discov
ery. We did this after testing the
product for two years, through physi
cians and hospitals, in this country
That price was paid because Liquo
zone does what all the skill in the
world cannot do without it. It docs
in germ diseases that which is impos
sible with dru?s. It carries into the
blood a harmless yet powerful germi
cide, to destroy at once and forever
the cause of any germ disease. And
no man knows another way to do it.
Liquozone is new in America, and
millioas who need it don't know of it.
For that reason we are spending $500,
000 to give the first bottle free to each
of a million sick ones.
These are the known germ diseases.
All that medicine can do for these
troubles is to help Nature overcome
the germs, and such results are indi
rect and uncertain. Liquozone kills
the germs, wherever they are. and the
results are inevitable. By destroying
the cause of the trouble, it invariably
ends the disease, and forever.
A bscemt anemia
Con stir Won
Hut Fever Infineon.
Many Hflart Troubles
Kctso ma Krr si pel aa
r avers- -tiuu btoooa
All diseases tbat begin with fever a" Inflamma
tionall catarrh ail contagious diseases all tls
reealts of impure or poisonous blood.
In nervous debility Liqnosone acta as a Tltallser,
accomplishing what do flruKs can do.
50c. Bottle Free.
If you need Liquozone, and have
never tried it, please send us this
coupon. W'e will then mail you an or
der on your local druggist for a full
size bottle, and we will pay your drug
gist ourselves for it. This is our free
gift, made to convince you; to show
you what Liquozone is. and what it
can do. In justice to yourself, please
accept it to-day, for it places you un
der no obligation whatever.
Liquozone costs 50c. and $1.
CUT OUT THIS COUPON
for this offer may not appear again. Fill out
the blanks and mail it to the Liquid OroneCo.,
45iHtO Wabash Ave., Chicago.
My disease is
I have never tried I.iqtiorone, but if you will
supply me a 60c. bottle free I will Uko it.
A Give full address write plainly.
Any phrsMan or hospital not yet using LUquoxons
will be gladly supplied tor a talk
J IN THE COUNTY COURT.
Feb. 27. In re guardianship of mirf
or heirs of Christian Ziegler. Guard
ian's annual report filed and approv
ed. Estate of Charles W. Armstrong.
Final report and settlement of admin
istrator filed and approved. It ap
pears there is nothing to be distrib
uted herein, said administratrix hav
ing paid out more than she received.
Administrator discharged and estate
In re guardianship of minor heirs of
Newton J. Hubbard. Guardian's re
port filed and approved, securities
therein mentioned not passed upon.
In re guardianship of Kddit Wil
liams et nl. minors. Guardian's annu
al report filed and approved.
Kstate of Nellie K. Hart. Petition
of Emerson C. Hart for letters of ad
ministration filed. Petition granted.
Oath taken. Hon-! of said Emerson C.
Hart filed and approved and letters of
administration issued to him.
Estate of James Keenan. Authenti
cated copy of will and probate there
of of said James Keenan. late of Mus
catine county, Iowa, presented in
court. Ordered that same be approv
ed. Estate ;f Henry Mueller. Adminis
trator's unnual report filed and ap
proved. Estate of Pvron Gordon. Proof of
death filed. Petition for probate of
will filed. Hearing on petition for pro
bate set for Tuesday, March T, 1004,
at 10 o'clock a. 111.
Estate of Sarah Clapp. Deposition
of Emma Norton, one of the subscrib
ing witnesses to will taken in open
court, in proof of execution thereof
filed nnd approved.
Estate of Wilhelmina Mueller. Ad
ministrator's annual report filed and
In re guardianship of minor heirs of
Amanda C. Itlomgren. It appears by
guardian's report file;! herein Jan. 11),
lfKU. that he then had in hands be
longing to his ward, Annie M. Hlom
gren. the sum of $Ut5. Said guardian
on this day produces in open court i
receipt and release of said ward for
said $146, said ward being now of age,
said receipt and release is fild ami1
the same is approved and said guard
ian is discharged as to said Annie M.
Estate of Margaret Konnell. Proof
of .death tiled. Will presented for
probate. Petition for probate of will
filed. Hearing on petition for pro
bate of will set for March -S, 1004, at
Chamberlain's Stomach and Liver Tablets
I'neqanleil fur Constipation.
A. 11. Kane, a prominent tlruggist of
P.axter Springs, Kans., says: "Cham
berlain's Stomach and Liver Tablets
are, in my judgment, the most super
ior preparation of anything in use to
day for constipation. They are sun;
in action and with no tendency to
nauseate or gripe. For sale by all
LEUTH SENTENCED FOE
TEN YEARS AT HARD LABOR
August I.euth. the convicted kid
naper of Mrs. Telsrow, of F.ennett,
Iowa, who was found guilty by a Tip
ton jirry a week ago. has been sen
tenced to the penitentiary at hard
labor for a term of 10 years. Leuth
was tried twice, the first jury disa
greeing as to his guilt or innocence.
Have Ton fadlcestion T
If you have indigestion. Kodol Dys
pepsia Cure will cure you. It has err
ed thousands. It U curing people
every day every hour. You owe it
to yourself to give it a trial. You will
continue to suffer until vou do try it.
There is no other combination o di
gestants tbat digest and rebuild at
the same time. Kodol does both.
Kodol cures, strengthens and rebuild.
Sold by all druggists.
March 1 to April 30.
That long-looked-for California opportunity is here at last.
March 1 to April 30, the Rock Island System will sell "colonist"
tickets to principal points in California at these low rates:
$35.00 from Chicago.
$31.00 from Rock Island.
Correspondingly low rates from other points.
Tickets are good in Tourist Sleepers, which the Rock Island
runs daily, Chicago and Kansas City to Los Angeles and San
Francisco by way of El Paso; daily also via Colorado Springs
and Salt Lake City.
Tickets, berths and descriptive literature at principal ticket of
fices in the United States and Canada, or can be had by ad
dressing the undersigned. If you live out of town, use the
Cut this out and send to
F. H. PLUMMER, C P. A.. Rock Island. 111.
I expect to leave for California about Vlease iote
cDJ class rate from to Send me
literature liktlj to lie of interest. i '